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1793-1827
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1793-1827
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Language
eng
Summary
Papers, 1793-1827, of the Gannaway family of Buckingham and New Kent Counties, Virginia, consisting of a letter, 2 February 1793, from James Watt of Buckingham County to John Gannaway concerning the settlement of an unnamed estate; an agreement, 23 November 1793, between Robert Sanders and John Gannaway for payment to Gannaway for legal services; affidavit, 23 October 1804, by Gannaway Morgan that two slaves mentioned in a bill of sale were received by Edward Morgan of Charles City County, Virginia, as a legacy from the administrator of the estate of John Gannaway; agreement, 24 May 1817, between William G. Gannaway, attorney for Gannaway Morgan of New Kent County, and John Gannaway, administrator of the estate of John Gannaway to refer a dispute to individuals to adjust it; and a notice, 22 September 1827, by Thomas A. Gannaway and Theodorick C. Gannaway, executors of John Gannaway's estate, announcing that certain property will be sold at auction
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Biographical or historical data
The Gannaway family was a prominent family in Buckingham County, Virginia. John Gannaway (1748-1827) and his wife Martha "Patty" or "Patsy" Woodson Gannaway (d. 1826) had eight children, including Thomas Anderson Gannaway (b. 1783), and Theodorick Carter Gannaway (1788-1863). Theodorick Gannaway married Judith B. Lancaster McGills (1793-1871), a widow, and they had three children.
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Papers
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  • The Library of Virginia
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  • 2
  • 5
Immediate source of acquisition
Shepard, William
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000484597
Reproduction note
Photostats (negative).
Type of unit
  • leaves.
  • items.

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